NORWICH City Council (NCC) has gone on the record to tell Harlow residents about their plans for the Travelodge they have just purchased in Harlow.
As was reported, they have purchased the hotel near Harlow Railway Station for £6.2 million.
Many of our readers were concerned that the hotel may be used by Norwich Council in the same way as the office blocks have been used.
So we contacted NCC.
A spokesperson said: “Norwich City Council completed on the purchase of the Travelodge at Edinburgh Gate in Harlow in November 2019. The council have no current plans to change the use of land nor do the council have any plans to ‘use the facilities’.
In common with many councils, the city council has purchased the Travelodge premises as an investment to provide income to support service provision.
For more information about the Norwich City Council commercial investments strategy visit the website https://www.norwich.gov.uk/info/20352/commercial_property_investments
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